Losing Gus Johnson as the main broadcaster for the 2012 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament might be the only thing that can put a damper on this year’s edition of March Madness. After all, this is the guy who successfully used the phrase “He’s got getting-away-from-the-cops speed” during a sporting event on live television. Luckily, Gus’s charisma—which is a nice way of saying that he frequently loses his mind while on the air—applies just as effectively in professional sports as it does in collegiate athletics.
Gus Johnson and CBS are parting ways after an exciting 16 years. Johnson, who is known for his crazy, sometimes over-the-top, antics, will no longer be apart of of the March Madness broadcast. This is a huge loss for CBS and it is t... Read Post
Coverage of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament began last night on truTV. This marks the second year of a 14-year deal for CBS, Turner Sports (TBS, TNT and truTV) and the NCAA to broadcast every game live and in its entirety.... Read Post
Gus Johnson Leaving CBS, Will March Madness Ever Be the Same? Gus Johnson, the man whose energetic calls and booming bellowing voice came to embody all that is great and glorious about the NCAA men's basketball tournament, is leavin... Read Post